I hope you are genuinely excited about hope this new year. Why not be excited? It’s certainly better to have an attitude of hope for tomorrow than the opposite. It is truly amazing what the
future can hold for a human with hope and positive thinking.
Today in spite of the changes around us, we have amazing resources to work with. We need to continue to learn and collaborate with others. his gives us the platform of growth at any age. Ask yourself what might be holding you back from a career change or perhaps volunteering somewhere. It’s important to be open and ready to hear new ideas and explore possibilities. You may find the very answers you need and want.
Removing the mask we often wear for others and presenting the real “you” is the only answer. It may have become such a habit even you aren’t aware. Being willing to be honest with yourself first can be a revelation.
How do we do this? There is no other way than to let go of the pretense. Hang onto your values and morals. There are no price tags on those and no one can buy your soul. The vast universe is now exploring the beliefs of billions of baby boomers. There is a lot of curiosity about us and people worldwide are broadening their minds. It’s about time, don’t you think?
We want answers. We want to stand up and be counted. We want peace in the world, in our homes and yes, in our hearts. How long does that take? The answer is . . . as long as it takes. Every one of us is accountable for what is happening in our homes, in our country and in our world. Let’s take a huge step forward to know that whatever direction we take in the moment will affect our tomorrows as well.
Now it’s our turn to tackle the situations that our parents faced. It was a struggle for them too and they didn’t have all the resources at their disposal as we do today. And yet, the rapid advances we have become accustomed to can disappear as fast as our credit cards. Why in the world would we want to bother with credit cards, licenses and passports when we can simplify our lives in another way? This deserves a much longer discussion, however less baggage does not necessarily mean it’s a better way to go.